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but temperatures mid-60s for a few, low 60s for others, here is tara. >> thanks, steve, construction in san jose this morning along highway 87 northbound at the north taylor off-ramp. closed this morning. up next a live look at the san mateo bridge, still foggy, this has been like this since monday but traffic is flowing nicely in both directions, at the bay bridge toll plaza, not seeing back up just yet, still early in the morning for that. and finally highway 4 through the bay point pittsburgh area, those highlights you see there are westbound traffic as you make the drive toward concord and 680, no delays as of yet. 4:30, back to the desk. >> highway 121 in sonoma county is back open after a crash, christien kafton is live with the latest details and i understand chp says alcohol was a likely factor. >> yeah, the accident happened along this stretch of road after 7:00 last night, two cars collided, killing one man and leaving at least three other people injured. investigators say 25-year-old demmadare chan drays was driving a jaguar south and witnesses say he crossed the center line to pass o
youtube steve james and that no one should be in the nineteen ninety two said that its support to groups in kashmir was not stalled the us would have predicted focused on as a stitch on some of those. we have information indicating that are inside and of those and then continue to provide material support to groups that having his students. i must dig up information based industry. from vegas that was in her condo focused on small wooden board to the us writes in his new book. he was voted monday button on its package of sanctions be applied against its own to be supporting acts of internationalism and i have this possibility of cutting open his mission the decision is that the guardian notes in his bull markets and delusions little was desolate been the coolest blacks than you assemble it is from above the us in the form of an office information that your intelligence the isi and elements of the army of supporting fresh meaty and sikh militants who got the optimism not stopping points included the book says the board comprised are awaiting victims training and assistance and patrician b
today. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. we are looking at a commute that still looks pretty good. we have been looking around for road work but we don't have a lot. we've been watching the commutes especially the the bay bridge we watch it very closely for you. until major problems coming into the city right now. also looking at the commute here on the east shore freeway, that is a very nice looking drive heading west out to the mccarthur maze. if you are driving in san jose northbound 280 is looking good. now let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >>> topping our news this morning developing news out of san francisco where a man in a wheelchair is dead after being hit by a car. ktvu channel 2 reporter katie utehs is joining us live from the scene. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning. the man in the wheelchair was heading east on market. so toward downtown. let me step out of the way and show you this busy intersection. you really see the cars zooming through right now. now that its back open. you can see some of the debris still in the roadway and the orange ma
tying grand slam in game two. steve horn was talking during the break about how david ortiz, with saves like this, is clearly -- that will be a balk. rosenthal stumblings coming off. before he could let go of the baseball. >> tim: looked like he got his spike hung up on the pitching rubber. and mike matheny out to make sure he is all right. you can break an ankle like that. >> joe: he said he was fine. he was telling matheny and greg hock to stay in the dugout. just to finish the point about david ortiz with what he's done at the plate, steve was saying that you look at what jon lester has done on the mound in this world series, he's 2-0. one earned run. 15 and a third innings pitched. and in the matchup of the aces, he got the better of adam wainwright not once but twice in this world series. and now after the balk, he takes the bat out of the hands of david ortiz. >> he's been walked three times now intentionally this evening. scoring two runs in the third and fourth innings. i think i'd give it to ortiz. that would be my vote right now. but jon lester, why would the red sox be withou
, uh, no, no, it's cool. i mean. >> that is really the message, i think steve and i as we did the reporting on the book i think what struck us was the profound level of that denial. you are talking about two decades of denial, sort of trajectory of on the one hand, you know, they are attacking independent scienc scientists te scientists who think they will help the nfl and say look you have this problem that brain damage can be caused by playing in the nfl instead of embracing those guys, the nfl is mocking them, attacking them and trying to deny their very existence in some ways and create their own research arm and that research arm basically puts out paper after paper and a journal coopted by the league itself. >> stewart: right. >> and the papers say, nfl players are fine, like concussions are not a big issue, we don't have a problem with this and you guys are going to be cool. >> stewart: meanwhile, players continue to suffer terrible effects of these concussions, and after passing away, at much earlier ages when they do the, they find this ct. >> right, chronic encephalo
morning, i am dave clark, let's check weather and traffic. are you going to say boo to steve when he talks about the forecast? >> i am happy. >> okay. >> this one is good. rather cold. 30s and 40s, no frost advisories, patchy fog north bay, 38 santa ross, a 37 napa, 41 half moon bay, 46 san jose, low 40s as well, san francisco 49 degrees, go for a high of 61 after yesterday's 60. 59, 60, 61, last three days. slowly warming up, 25, 2 bits in tahoe and those are your temperatures, that is splitting part, i know it is cold, but high temperatures warming up a little bit which means 60s, here is tara. >> thanks, steve, we do have a 5 car crash in berkeley this morning on 80 westbound at the university avenue exit, let's take a live look at the east shore freeway, see the headlights where it is bunched up, you can see people have their flashers on there so hopefully this accident will clear soon but it is causing delays. at the bay bridge toll plaza no delays yet so that is good news, still early obviously, those lights should be going on in the next 45 minutes or so if monday or tuesday are any
was gathered at the international terminal. steve and his family were waiting for a new addition to the family to arrive. >> my daughter adopted a little girl from an orphanage from tokyo. we didn't know anything until we got here that the plane was diverted. >> reporter: the waiting game was too much to bear, but then the family was together. joy for the new baby in the family. >> then a bunch of flights coming home. i thought maybe they were checking the landing gear. figured they were descending slowly. it didn't feel dangerous. then they were turning north toward alaska. we are safe. >> she is a trooper. it was 8 hours to alaska and 6 hours sitting on the ground. >> reporter: welcome to your new home, ellie mae. >>> another chilly night. it is 45 in half moon bay. 48 in napa. we have widespread 40s. summer we have sunny skies. we have the trick or treating forecast and changes this weekend. cool and windy weather on the way. >>> why san francisco police say officers were forced to shoot a man this weekend. earthquake warning systems. police in san rafael are on the hunt for a bank robber.
in our panel. steve hays of the weekly standard. stoddard from the hill, columnist charles krauthammer. i would love to see kids get your book and burst into tears. >> you get a tomato in your ear if that happens. another day, another surprise about obama care. it's not just individual plans. it turns out some people that get health insurance from their employers may eventually be forced into government mandated insurance plans. charles, your thoughts? >> i think this was always known. it was clear millions of americans who are on employer's plans would lose insurance. either the employer would drop them and push them to exchanges or reduce their hours so they become part time. so it gets you under the limit. the employer is then exempt from the requirements. or they let you go if it's a smaller business that can't afford the increase in the cost. as a result. i think that's not automatic the way it is with an individual. you have your own plan. it doesn't meet all the requirements that are in obama care. if you're a 60-year-old widow, your plan doesn't include maternity services, you're
of developing a very diverse representation. one of the speakers steve said it well, to reach out to the communities and that's the right track. i also think this body should be reflective of the lgbt community and consider the pacific eyeder community in this. so those are my statement rather. i wanted to ask you. sometimes, the mayor's office is graciousus and b will allow us to make suggestions. do you have an opportunity to list some folks you might want to consider for your 5. is that being talked about >> yes. >> your currently talking to supervisors i wanted to know about the mayor's office. >> no our officer has been talking to the mayor's office about people that have applied. >> i i know on this list is it diverse. are we talking about i want men and women or social diversity that's representative >> who you're saying and who you were suggesting to the mayor? >> no we've not suggested to the mayor who should be applying. >> on this note how do we get as many people to apply tow the board seats as possible. this piece of legislation it's been written about in the
of favor, calpers switching from managed funds to passive etfs, so far they love it. with us now, steve crowley, scott martin, and jamie cox. steve, what do you tell your kleins to invest? >> key point is get the 3 to 5 year pervue, 20 to 30 years for most, it is important to look at three nobel prize winner phd's in economic save thees just 3 week ago they talked about personal investing, they said most people do not take that longer pervue, at least 3 to 5 years. gerri: question mutual funds or etms. >> i like etfs the best but don't count mutual funds out. gerri: scott? everyone loves the etf's no everyone is worried they are over trading them. >> i am sure they are over trading them, that is what we do as humans. but i love etfs, this is about time, looking at mutual funds what is happening. he is right, there are some low load versions that there is not a big barrier as far as cost to en true -- intry, but now the mutual fund companies have gotten creegotten creative, theu on the way out instead of the way in. >> jamie, do you agree? are the fees out of control? >> well first of al
you. >>> this morning's coffee with is with steve salem and rob by calloway. >> welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. how is it going, guys? >> good morning. >> good morning. >> the audience may be looking at your background and going, well, they're doing a satellite interview from baltimore. in fact, you're in the protection studio on calvert street. it goes to emphasize how big a deal this is. i think it's pretty cool that we're seeing some of the folks behind the scenes of the cal ripken, senior foundation. normally it's cal. we're talking about two heavywet to get the word out about the problem of child predators and nonprofits. whoever wants to speak first, take it away. >> go ahead, rob by. >> it's great to be with you because i watch you all the time. we're welcome to come to your studio, we'll do whatever you want. after the thing with jerry sandusky, cal, billy and the ripken foundation said we have to do something. we cannot sit by. so steve salem pulled together a group of people, true experts in the field, to put together a program that we're go
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's check in with steve. how is it going? >> great. we have a system in the sierra nevada that has a 1-2 punch. there is some very light rain around san jose, and mountains. a lot of it is not showing up on radar. partly cloudy although some areas are clear. breezy. not as bad and yesterday. things are a little bit better than yesterday. cooler monday. highs for us 50s and 60s. up in the sierra the wind advisory is going until 4:00. it looks like rain is trying to turn into snow in shasta. 41 eureka and if it wasn't for the breeze, we will be colder tonight and tomorrow. you are getting colder air in warmer waters in monterey. there to radar doesn't pick it all up. 40s for some, 43 napa, 50s for others. i don't expect it to change too much here. the breeze is there. we don't have what we had yesterday afternoon. there is our low. the wrap around could give us a shower or two mainly in the south. cool and windy at times. 60s or 50s? it doesn't matter. roll the dice. 62-morgan hill and 50 santa cruz. it's that kind of a pattern. clear skies for halloween this thursday, pamela. it will be
. >>> still to come, the childhood home of late apple co-founder steve jobs is up for a very special designation today. we'll explain next. >>> twitter gets one step closer to an ipo. we'll have the latest on the hottest san francisco company coming up in business and tech. >>> also a major storm blows through europe, causing serious damage. now cities are just starting to pick up the pieces. >>> mean while, we have to deal with our own wind event here in the bay area. 75-mile-per-hour wind gusts through the altamont pass. we'll let you know whenw5 the wd gusts subside and shower chances increase when nbc bay area news at 11:00 comes right back. >>> welcome back. be installing a digital billboard along highway 101. tonight at 7:00, the city will consider a plan to install the billboard on city-owned property at the end of colorado avenue. the billboard is expected to bring in as much as $1 million a year. the proposal would also change would be theh@wñ only digital s allowed within city limits. right now you may know this. there's a digital sign across the highway in east palo alto.
low to mid-60s by the coast. here's tara. >>> all right thanks steve. looks hike we have a pretty nice start to the morning to the tuesday morning. a little bit of construction going on out there but nothing that you really you know that's going to cause you any delays at this time. right now a look at some of the travel times here on this -- this is highway 4 from lone tree way to leverage road. normal speeds also same story 680 from 242 to highway 24. and if we take a live look here from our maps, at the antioch area, you can see that all of the arrows are green so that's some good news. same story in walnut creek, lafayette area and same over in the richmond area. all right, if i take a live look at the bay bridge spin you can see the traffic is moving very nicely at this hour. absolutely no days head -- no delays heading into san francisco. on the san mateo bridge, we still have the fog we had there yesterday. be careful into unionty or the opposite direction towards heyward. 4:30 back to the desk. a group of protestors camped out all night in san francisco's dolores park protestin
hospitals. after a lifetime of working in west virginia coal mines, steve day's doctors found he had black lung from breathing in so much coal dust. the disease scars and shrinks the lungs. once again it's on the rise among miners. >> my doctors say my lungs are shot. >> reporter: he says he can't be far from his oxygen tanks and in 2005 he was awarded a $1,000 a month disability benefit under a federal program for coal miners with black lung. but day's coal company appealed the case and then won after it hired a doctor at one of the country's most prestigious hospitals, johns hopkins in baltimore. dr. paul wheeler found day did not have disabling black lung, the same opinion he has given against hundreds of coal miners who also had been denied benefits. for dr. wheeler's opinions, the coal companies have paid hopkins millions of dollars. >> you have essentially become dr. no. you never find. >> i do find black lung. >> not according to what we have seen. >> reporter: according to available records from the last 13 years, examined by abc news and the center for peb integrity, of 1,573 case
the at -- the area. >>> steve, i couldn't wait to turn the heater on. >> yes, it's cold. it will be sunny. mostly clear skies. a lot of 30s popping up. sunshine and a little bit warmer. not a lot. 36 book ends, santa rosa and napa, a lot of 40s or low 40s for many. including san jose which has gone to 44. redwood city, 42. there's 30s up in the santa cruz mountains. san francisco, a couple of up floor 40s. go for a high of 61. clear in reno. 389 eureka. even some cool readings on the north coast. this system will fall apart. cold, sunny. patchy fog in the north bay that will burn off and cool to mild on the highs. if you are in the sun, it's not bad. if you are in the shade, it's cooler. 50s, 60s. here's tara. >>> we have a sig-alert issued for interstate 80 through fairfield near air base parkway. let's take a look at the maps. both the east and westbound directions are shut down right here due to a car fire. if you are headed into sacramento this morning, you might want to give yourself extra time or leave earlier than usual. at the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see that the backup is quite ex
their son's final moments. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: this is the surveillance video that the u.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back out. >> it's one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a shoe into a rolled up gym mat and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their u.s. attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the f
the market is looking to recover from a pretty disappointing halloween,dices c the red. steve sedgwick live for us in london. steve, good morning. >> hello there. yeah, the market had a very good month in october. s&p up over 23% for the year, up over 4% in the month of october. so, yes, they gave back a bit of ground, but it wasn't a great fright. elsewhere really interesting stories. 23 million homes plus, 47 million americans plus, are actually recipients of food stamps and they will get a benefit cut today. it will be around about 36 bucks out of the 275 monthly benefit per household which will be cut, but there is a multiplier effect. which means it has a two to one effect in many cases. so if you lose $5 billion worth of benefits, that can have a $10 billion effect on the u.s. economy. so real concerns there about what those benefit cuts mean across the united states. elsewhere, a bit of good news for people who have been reluctant up until now to put money toward flexible spending arguments for health care. basically use it or lose it was the old mantra. now it seems the irs and trea
glor shows us how it works. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, los >> good evening, this is a special western edition. los angeles international airport is one of the busiest in the world. as many as 175,000 passengers pass through the terminals everyday. on this day at mid-morning a man walked into one of those term gnats, took a semiautomatic rifle out of a bag and started shooting. by the time it was over one man was dead, the first t.s.a. officer ever killed in the line of duty. six other people were rushed to a hospital. the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles who also has roots in new jersey. a note found in his bag may hold a clue to the motive and john miller will have more about that, but first we'll go to carter evens at l.a.x. >> reporter: stranded passengers are still scattered across the airport. when the shooting started this morning people ran for cov
incorporated. and steve roeper is the president of roeper insurance and financial insurances. great to see both of you. >> thank you. >> good morning. >> tom, let me start with you and give you the first scenario. i am a company and i have less than 50 employees, i don't have to provide insurance, but i would like to. i'm not currently providing it. what do i do? >> well, my first recommendation to any one of those small businesses across the country is don't go to first. the technical aspects are uncertain at best. the best approach for any small business or individual is find a local agent or broker that can help them navigate through the challenges of the health care system and help them find the most economic solution for their employees and their dependents, but even more importantly, helping to make sure whatever physician or provider they have for their health care is part of their network. >> okay, so steve, this doesn't sound so different than what i would have done last year if i were a small business under 50 people and wanted to provide insurance for my employees. >>
the welfare state and xwoir individuals in the states? that's our concern. >> it's a full rep table. steve la tourette, also rick tyler, who isn't a christie fan. suns you are our guest host tonight, larry, why don't you ask the question. >> steve, one of my problems with chris christie was during during he asked for funding, i get it, but couldn't he have threat said something like, when i run in 2016, i'm going to make sure i don't federalize disaster relief and this boondoggle known as fema was a bad idea? but you've got to do what i've got to do for my state. >> no. he didn't exactly what he was supposed to do as the governor of new jersey. his people were hurting, the program, fema was in place, whether you like it or don't like it. he went to the guy that had the money to help his folks out that were under water. i don't have any difficulty. i love chris christie. that's where the republican party needs to find itself as we move forward. >> isn't the problem, though, between a republican party that wants to stand on principles versus a republican party that wants to govern? $30 billion
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of the opportunities, particularly in the middle east. i know steve will talk about some of the opportunities in the areas of arms control and disarmament and beyond, perhaps. my own sense is that the trade relationship leaves much to be desired. i happen to have been involved in my post government life -- and i had one -- with the boeing company, which did a great deal of work and still does a great deal of work in russia, including an airplane design -- a airplane design shop in moscow where 1500 excellent russian engineers, about 30% of them women, help and design boeing airplanes. and where our relationship in the field of tie tainyum in particular is very -- titanium in particular is very strong. no boeing flies today without russian titanium, without russian design, and indeed without russian engineering. when the 77 airplane was being built, we had an option of having four, four-wheel landing gears or two, six-wheels. and we happened to notice on one of the airplanes a six-wheel airplane, so we copied your technology. in fact, we got the main beam in that landing gear from you in tita
you are saying. >> and it wasn't steve rattner, we talked about this. it wasn't just this one ad. they went to ohio for a year and said mitt romney was a disgusting, filthy capitalist pig. it was on bain capital. they were clear. they told john heilemann, we have to destroy mitt romney. they went to ohio and they destroyed him as human being saying he was a horrible, filthy capitalist and yesterday, barack obama is going to massachusetts saying he's a role model. which is it? >> the other thing they did during the campaign is said mitt romney was responsible, attacking the health plan he put in place and accused him of being a hypocrite about that. i think the fact is, the massachusetts plan is a plan that worked. it is a model for our plan. we can talk about it later today. so, the president is latching himself on to that plan. i guess you are not happy he's doing that. >> no, he can. either mitt romney is a horrible human being or a role model for america, which is it? >> the health plan is a role model. >> there's really no answer. >> what is more embarrassing to you, how it r
hercules to richmond. b.a.r.t., caltrain and muni are reporting no delays. now, let's go to steve. >>> thank you sal. under clear skies, a little hint, just looking richmond, outer richmond, sunset even over on san francisco state, winds are easterly. there's fog off the coast. but it's staying off the coast. let's focus on the rain or the lack thereof in san francisco, 0, nothing, in october that's the first october that no rain has fallen on san francisco since 1980 and the 14th time in 160 years of o weather keeping. 9 -- of weather keeping. the odds are favoring dry, but i remain steadfast we'll see rain in november. and we'll get blustery cooler conditions on the weekend. today it's sunshine and warmer temps. tonight it will turn westerly into tomorrow. we get that offshore push. had that yesterday, we'll have it again today, which means nice conditions by the beaches. the fog is there. it's rare. it wants to touch the san mateo coast but it can't. 39 here half-moon bay. there are cold readings under clear skies. this system is poised to make a move toward the pacific northwe
, a judge has released surveillance footage that could change that judgment. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: this is the surveillance video from the high school gym, showing that moments before hendrick johnson died. >> it's just one step closer find out what happened to my son. >> reporter: you see the high school athlete for only a brief second in the white shirt, with other students in the gym. police say sometime after walking past this camera, he reached into a rolled-up gym mat trying to get a shoe. and suffocated trying to get out. his family never believed this for a second. >> we still have a long way to go. but it's a start. >> reporter: the school system, the sheriff and the coroner have determined that johnson's death was an accident. but a judge agreed with johnson's family, ordering the release of this video, as well as the school's entire case file on the incident. including, most importantly, the names of these minors playing ball and others who were in or near the gym. >> we now have the means with which to identify specific students. and what it is they claim
to be in the hotseat answering more questions in front of the finance committee. steve centanni has more on that. steve, tell us more. >> hi, jaime. even presidential candidate, doppler candidate mitt romney, signed -- from massachusetts is weighing in on the battle from obamacare and he zeroed in on president obama's campaign promise. listen. >> he told people they could keep their insurance and that was not the truth. whether you like the model of obamacare or not, the fact that the president sold it on a basis that was not true has undermind the foundation of his second term. i think it is rotting it away. the only way he can rebuild credibility is to work with republicans and democrats and try and rebuild a foundation. >> that troubled health care .gov website is back up and running after an over night shutdown for repairs that had a rocky rollout. meantime congress still wants answers about the flawed website and about how many people have been able to successfully enroll in obamacare. a top presidential advisor says the numbers won't be that great for the first month. >> our goal is to g
to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey. [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: that's great. you look happening. how you folks? thank you very much. thank you very much. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey, and, boy, we got another good one for you today. returning for their second day from austin, texas--what a good family--it's the murphy family, and from bridgeton, new jersey, it's the russell family. everybody is here trying to win theirself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new, fuel-efficient ford fusion. yep. let's play "feud." give me dave. give me rochelle. let's go.
celebration and holding open the bullpen door. newly minted celebrity steve horringan. >> he is allowed to celebrate for the home team. >> thank you for joining us. >>> i mean, the cardinals had a great year. 97 wins. >> and you are making good on the loss. >>> president obama's approval rating taking a big hit. >> i am alisyn camerota, two new polls tell the story today. the last 1 from wall street, nbc news shoes a five- point drop to a new low of 42 percent. that jives with the recent fox news polls. it shoes a disapproval rating higher than 50 percent. tom, is this all obama care related? >> hard to pinpoint. as the news stories came out and talking about middle class sticker shock and people dropped from their policies, you have to think that that is contributing to it. both of the polls were taken friday through monday and the fox news poll was earlier than that. we haven't seen the public reaction to what happen this week with the president in boston and kathleen sebelius' testimony. i expect we'll see more coming out as we get more data. >> tom, are americans more ups
's final moments. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: this is the surveillance video that the u.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon in january. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back o. >> we are just one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a show into a rolled up gym mat, and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the
miners thanks largely to doctors in the country's top hospitals. >> reporter: steve's doctors found he had black lung from breathing in so much coal dust. the disease scars and shrinks the lungs. >> my doctors say my lungs are shot. >> reporter: he says he can't be far from oxygen and in 2005 he was awarded a $1,000 a month disability benefit under a federal program for coal miners with black lung. but day's coal company appealed the case and then won after it hired a doctor at one of the country's most prestigious hospitals, johns hopkins in baltimore. dr. paul wheeler found day did not have disabling black lung, the same opinion he has given against hundreds of coal miners who also been denied benefits. for dr. wheeler's opinions, the coal companies have paid hopkins millions of dollars. >> you have essentially become dr. no. you never find. >> i do find. >> reporter: according to records from the last 13 years, examined by abc news and the center for public integrity, of 1,573 cases dr. wheeler never found a single case that would automatically qualify a miner for benefits, not one.
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part of this, that is to their detriment, not mine. host: on our line for republicans, steve in pennsylvania. guest: hi, steve. caller: hello, good morning. thank you for your service. i understand your political affiliation, but let me get this out. i have been a truck driver now for about 20 years -- guest: god bless. caller: i've been with the same company for just over seven years. my insurance for seven years has been $50 a week, $500 deductible. guest: how much does your company contribute to health insurance? caller: 50-50. guest: $15? week.: no, $50 a guest: $400 a month. caller: blue cross blue shield. after the government passed a law, the insurance company and .y company sent me a letter insurance rates per week and the deductible doubled. doubled? -- why has its doubled? caller: regulation written in the law. guest: like what? did they explain it to you? did they say in the letter, these regulations are in the affordable care act, and now we will raise your premiums because of those? is that what they said, steve? caller: i'm going to paraphrase because i don't ha
2014, but there's even more cash coming back to shareholders. steve is at the bp headquarter. hi, steve. >> yeah. hi, ross. thanks very much indeed for that. i'm here speaking to bob dudley, ceo of bp. fantastic to see you again. i'm going to take us back in time. 24 months. two years ago, you and i were sitting in this very office and you said these set of numbers are a watershed moment from bp. the last few years have been a lit of litigation. how far have you achieved those goals that you set out for in 2011 to where we are now in 2013? >> well, it seems like a long time ago. but at that time, we laid out a ten-point plan, five things to expect, five things to measure. we have completed a $38 billion divestment program. we've upped our expiration game. we've got lots of projects that have come on stream. they've come a long way and we have a much less rocky road with a great investment since the last time. i'm pleased to say, you were telling earlier, one of the things i mentioned this morning is bp is still trading at a discount, a forward pe, somewhere in the region of 8 to 8el.5.
to young adults on the website. i want to bring in today's agenda panel. lee fang, steve bennen and dafna linzer, the managing editor of gang, it's good to have you here. i want to start out with house speaker john boehner. he weighed in on this just a short time ago and said there was no way to fix this disaster. i want to play a portion. take a look. >> this is government-run health care. because virtually every policy that is sold, has to be approved by the government. that's why you've got 1.5 million americans who are already gotten these notices that they're going to lose their health coverage because it doesn't meet the minimum standard. >> all right. so insurance regulation is basically what he's talking about here. i think as a country we can basically say that insurance regulation has sucked as we get to this point. why are republicans, steve, holding hearings when they don't want this website to work? and should the administration capitalize on that? because we had congressman mcdermott there in the hearing earlier talking about medicare part d eight
at this very moment. so sue, we've got steve here, we're ready to talk about the fed. nobody really -- i can't remember a less eagerly awaited fed meeting than this one. compared with the one back in september where we all thought something was going to happen. >> i think this is a holding period here and what we look for is hints in the statement whether they're going to flash, talk about it in the next hour, what kind of light they flash for the markets? >> do you think they will? >> i don't think they will. i will point out, i was calculating -- >> oh, yes. >> go back and show a chart since june of the s&p. >> all right. >> we're at 1650, more than 100 points above where they were when the fed was ready to taper on the s&p. something to take into account. and i also wanted to talk about today's data not -- >> cpi data. >> and adp data. the numbers 130 that's been stepping down. look at that in a second. nonfarm payroll estimate 130 as well and september revised down. look at the chart here. the adp numbers. what you see there it doesn't take an economic genius to figure out we have consec
off the clippers last night in their season opener. they were not led by steve nash and kyle. instead it was the bench combining for 76 points. the most bike lakers since the reagan administration. >>> nick foals will start for an injured michael vick sunday against the raiders. vic is once again sidelined after reinjuring his hamstring. 49ers defensive end aldon smith checked out of rehab and one of his first stops was the santa clara sheriff's office to turn himself in on weapons charges. he was released on $75,000 bail then went to 49er headquarters where he met with jim harbaugh. no speculation on his return to the field. >> teammates enjoying their week off after 7 days in london. san francisco righted the ship after a 1-2 start. they won five straight. but none of those five teams has a winning record. they are just 12-26 combined. >> this is very mathematical beyond the subtraction, multiplication, long division, decimals and algebra calculus there. yeah. sorry. history is my better subject. ha ha! >> patriots quarterback tom brady hasn't been his usual self this season. could
. rethink possible. announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey. [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: hey, welcome to the show. good. thank you very much. how you folks doing? thank you very much, everybody. welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey, and, boy, we got a good one today. returning for the second day from pollock pines, california, it's the secor family... >>h! whoo! >> yeah! steve: and from norwood, mass., it's the acloque family. everybody is here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and a shot at driving out of here in a brand-new, fuel-efficient ford fusion. give me jillian. give me drea. let's go. ok, guys. here we go, top 7
developing severe illnesses, many of which we had no treatment for. steve pieters: as i was pastoring the metropolitan community church of hartford, connecticut, and in 1981, we began hearing stories of this new gayancer and gay men getting a strange form of pneumonia. when i started getting sick in 1982, they still weren't quite sure what to call it. they hadn't discovered the virus. they could tell my immune syste, but i didn't have any of what were then the ve definindiseases of aids. well, the most important thing in investigating a new disease outbreak is to determine, in fact, is it really a new disease outbreak? is the disease new? is it occurring with greater frequency? who's affected by it, and where will it go? what are the horizons of the epidemic, if it's an epidemic? so the most important thing for us initially was to construct a case definition for what is now called aids. so it was decided that we would define aids on the basis of certain illnesses that were never seen in normal people that must somew be part of this epidemic. some of them were the opportunistic infecti
goff. officer patrick griffin. officer steve hampton. [applause] may i have sergeant victor huey. sergeant marty lalord. officer nathan magnal. sergeant andrew mahan. and my academy mate, captain michael moran. may i please have officer brendan o'connor. sergeant matthew o'leary. officer mike palata. and officer adrian pane. may i have now officer jason robertson. sergeant sean ryan. sergeant kelvin sanders. sergeant jason sawyer. [applause] can i have officer pete sable. officer thomas smith. officer michael wolf. officer ronald laberto. >> mike wolf decided to be with his wife, having a baby and missed our ceremony. see if he ever gets anything again. >> and the silver medal awarded for the first officer on that night
amy worth (clapping) >> thank you, very much. steve i'm honored to be here to welcome i all and to say what a great a day and congratulations to everyone. it really
for big names like al gore and apple cofounder steve wozniak. one of the organizers says chinese and u.s. business relations should be center stage. >> because, you know, this is high-tech center of the world and they should have a place to come from china to the u.s. >> california is stepping up its game in terms of our competitiveness and aggressiveness. >> reporter: he will be the one wooing tomorrow winning them over with incentives like $750 million of new tax credits the state can invest next year but we talked to several businessmen, like [ non-english language ] he owns a chinese construction company. his main barrier to entry isn't money. it's california's strict policies. >> there is no question the regulatory, permitting process in california, often times are more difficult than they should be. >> reporter: but he says the state is working to find ways to make it easier to do business in california like making permitting faster and more predictable. that's something he will have to explain when he makes his pitch tomorrow. in santa clara, ryan takeo, kpix 5. >> well, tomorr
as far as you can. outside of calling from being quartered, there's nothing you can do. congressman steve stockman, a tea party extremist has sent a book to every member of the house saying -- >> let's not call these books. they're pamphlets put out by some -- >> but it's written by a birther. that's the other thing. it's written by a birther who works for world net daily which is a birther publication website. and you don't see john boehner and the republican party saying, hey, cut this crap out. >> ron, do you think there's any sense of self-doubt dare i raise the issue with the right wing, when they're talking about this guy from canada. fair enough he's natural born in my opinion. born to an american mother. and where's donald trump been? where's the birthers? how have they embraced this guy who everybody knows was born in canada. fair enough, but the same thing -- what are they? just living in this crazy split screen world where they trash a democrat or a black guy for the same thing you worship another guy? >> strange as it seems, yes. yes they do live in that split screen universe.
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collaborative process. i want to thank my staff led by steve kava, and to my budget office led by kate howard. and also a great thanks to ben rosenfield, our city controller and his staff, and then an anticipated thanks in advance to budget analyst harvey rose for his anticipated cooperation. [laughter] >> so, i know this is short, but i think you look at the budget. to me it's quite a sweet budget. so, let's roll up our sleeves. let's get this budget done collaboratively. and then let's spend our time making sure that we get 6,000 jobs for our youth this summer. thank you very much. (applause)out. >> hi, i'm japanese with the san francisco public utilities combination sometime people call me sewer girl our systems has served the area for 1 hundred and 50 years we're planning you understand public health and our environment don't think that so come in down and see how >> there are kids and families ever were. it is really an extraordinary playground. it has got a little something for everyone. it is aesthetically billion. it is completely accessible. you can see how excited people are for thi
is scheduled to decide whether to bestow a special designation on steve jobs childhood home. they consider whether declaring the ranch style home an historical resource. the house is historically significant according to some because it's where jobs and apple kound founder steve wozniak built the first computers way back in 1976. jobs moved into the house with his foster parent in 1968. meteorologists may have found a new way to predict heat waves up to three weeks before they hit now. right now, the best they can do is about ten days. scientist discovered that when high and low pressure systems line up in a specific pattern, a heat wave will usually show up in about 15 to 20 days. these earlier warnings would help cities prepare by arranging cooling centers to open and check up on the elderly as well. right now, we do not have that problem. >> we're stuck in a wind tunnel tonight. our top wind gusts, at least closer to sea level tonight. you can see inland from concord, oakland. the east bay getting hit pretty hard. notice in the hour by hour wind forecast, all the areas here through abou
finished quite quickly. "the wall street journal" says steve cohen's firm will agree to stop managing outside money and to pay the government criminal penalties of$1.2 billion with a quick note there, steve cohen will remain under criminal investigation personally. however, there's an expectation that no case will be brought against him individually. >>> nelson peltz spun off pepsi's beverage business and merged its snack business creating a $70 billion snack food giant. >>> finally, china mobile has put an advertisement on its website for the faster 4g network. this is raising expectations that the deals between the largest carrier and apple may fine finally be announced as early as next week. >>> and if you are getting ready for the twitter ipo, check this out. twitter is getting high marks from institutional investors would net with executives on the road show this week. investors say they are optimistic about the social media site's ipo and see little sign of the irrational natural exuberance from last year. speaking of twitter, if you got on the site this morning, they're showing
posting fwans fgains day. steve sedgwick live for us in london. i worked at cnbc for six years. i remember '07, we hit these new highs. doesn't seem like we're getting this sort of enthusiasm for it. so what's the feeling like and why? >> i'll tell you one reason why. because too many people haven't been invested in this rightly. we've had 24% to the up side on the s&p so far this year and they're thinking i'm worried, i better own some of it or my investors will say why did i miss out. but as you say, the enthusiasm is tempered. for instance only 52.5% of companies reporting in this earnings season are actually beating expectations on revenue. on revenue itself, sales only about half are beating expectations. so the numbers in sales are pretty average. data is not that great. but everyone is thinking no tapering and so moving to the the up side. >> what about s.a.c. settlement? >> right. this investigation has been going on pretty much the whole time you were at cnbc almost. the best part of seven years under some form of investigation. according to reuters, the wall street journal saying
-founder steve jobs grew up. jobs and steve woz nee yak built the first 100 computers there. the house is currently owned by jobs' sister. >>> the buyer was an anonymous american. the house is close to penny lane which inspired the beatles' song. quite some history. thanks a lot, gigi. >>> coming up in sports, the miami heat raised their latest championship banner and a soccer ref cannot seem to keep the peace. of infinite deliciousness. perfect. [ wisest kid ] campbell's has the recipes kids love. so good! [ wisest kid ] at [ gong ] m'm! m'm! good! [ jen garner ] what skincare brand is so effective... so trusted... so clinically proven dermatologists recommend it twice as much as any other brand? neutrogena®. recommended by dermatologists 2 times more than any other brand. now that's beautiful. neutrogena®. ♪ neutrogena®. the pain started up and wrapped around to the front. i couldn't play my bassoon because of the pressure that i felt throughout my whole head. the blistering and the rash was moving down towards my eye. the doctors at the emergency room reco
recognize that left eye the guy driving the taxi is steve dash playing jason, the deranged killer from the first two "friday the 13th" >> turning towards alaska. >> wrong sound there. that -- you'll hear that story coming up sports in just a bit. >> story telling about was steve dash in "friday the 13th" movies he's appeared in 42 films. so he's perfect for driving people on halloween. >> yes. coming up the new job for the man that leaked private information about nsa. >> plus, millions will see government benefits cut as of tomorrow. impact we'll see in california. >> she's 83 years old and an international jewel thief? what she has to say about her crimes we'll have the story coming up. >> after a long study and lots of deliberation, passengers no longer have to put away hand held so yso you can happily let the grlife get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can >>> one in seven americans received food stamps tomorrow, benefits will drop. >> now, why this is happ
10 minutes. from the culinary institute of america, for "teen kids news," i'm steve. mmm. >> coming up, we go to the circus, and i get to meet an elephant. >> who doesn't love the circus? alexa visited one that bills itself as having a lot of soul. >> [ vocalizing ] >> when you go to the circus, you expect to see acrobats, wild animals, and other incredible acts from faraway countries. as zeke explained to me, the universoul circus certainly has all that. >> we bring different people from china. we bring them from africa. we bring them from brazil. we bring them from france. jean claude -- he's out of france. we go to africa. we go all over the world. >> ♪ lean back, lean back ♪ i said, my...don't dance ♪ just pull up our pants >> what makes this circus different from other circuses? >> what makes it different to me is that it's more interactive. you're not just sitting out there, looking at the show. you actually become a part of the show. we get kids in the audience dancing. that's one of my thrills. >> as one of the cohosts, zeke interacts with the audience throughout the s
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
christiansen, joe inder warning, steve hooker, patricia coppa, shelby watkins, lisa watkins, michael cronbach's lisa belden susan moseley, rascon, ray knight in, winded nice, pretty rentals glenn miller, carly eagleson and [inaudible]. next speaker, please >> my name is todd garrett and am a resident of san francisco. for the last 22 years. i am not a dog owner and i hope that i can represent the knowledge on the owners of san francisco by showing my support here today. i feel that dogs have the ability to be off leash is very important not only to the health of the dogs but also to the health of the people whom dogs and those who don't own dog. sometimes life in the city and life in general can be kind of depressing. dogs bring a great sense of joy and happiness in their play and the level of the plate with each other and with humans. it's very uplifting to watch. even if you're not participating, just observing that level of happiness can with a person spirits incredibly. so, i hope i speak for a lot of people in san francisco to say that i support the, what you're doing and thank you very
engineer steve that, uh, there is a clinking sound coming from your end. does your shirt have buttons? - yes. - i'm so sorry, we are going to have to ask you to remove the shirt altogether. - now then. we were saying, when my workers gather-- - oh, i'm so sorry. i am told we are still having problems, mr. schrute. your voice, it's sounding a little feminine. - that's impossible. - are you, by any chance, wearing pants with a metallic zipper? - [sighs] the senator is exhausted. this campaign is wearing him out. - it's a tough one. - that man he's up against is so dirty, and the senator's just pushing back as hard as he can. - [groans] please stop. - what? - please stop. - anyways, last night, he was so tired, he just wanted a little mexican brought in. - [laughs] i can't. it's--it's too much. [laughs] - i'm in big trouble. - yeah, oscar's in big trouble. - okay, how is my voice now? - i'm getting the all clear from steve. so, mr. schrute, what is your response to the consumer product safety commission that says dunder mifflin paper is toxic? - this is gotcha journalism. but you know wh
be able to manage money belonging to steve cohn, the founder, certain employees and his family members. >> hey, kate, couple questions this morning. one is this doesn't resolve any potential criminal liability for steve cohn, the man himself, is that true? >> well, let me give you a dual answer to that. i mean, i guess it doesn't, although i think if they had the material for a criminal individual case against cohen, they probably would have brought it at this point. now they continue to try current and former traders. in two weeks from now we'll see the trial of michael steinberg and i assume the fbi continues to try to turn witnesses against him. so i think you can't rule that out in the future, but i would probably not expect it at this point. >> the only reason i ask is because if you remember and you remember so well given -- now we're talking about a $1.8 billion settlement, 600 was already from a prior settlement, some people meant the whole thing was over. here we are they would argue we're sort of double dipping. it seems to me they're taking a second bite at the apple, why no
rifle. that corroborates what we're hearing from sources and eyewitnesses we have spoken from. steve moore, you're a retired fbi agent. worked closures for suspected terrorist incidents at l.a.x. both as a terrorist supervisor and s.w.a.t. member. steve, my first question, just really pertained to here we have this massive airport. i suppose if you were to find a silver lining, it's the fact there have to be cameras everywhere. correct? >> yes, you're going to be able to trace them from the time he walked into the terminal all the way through to everything he did. right now, you have the big problem of clearing the entire airport. and the reason these people are being held is not just to make sure everything is clear, as you have already said, but it's very possible that the gunman didn't act alone. so you have to insure that he did. and the way you do that is to interview and identify everybody there. because maybe he had a partner, maybe he chickened out and is now trying to blend in to the crowd. maybe this is one of those attacks that is just designed to channel people from one a
't planned it well, haven't gotten the right technology just bad? that question is a perfect question, steve, to put to the kentucky governor, who happens to be a democrat. >> he is. he was on with "meet the press" yesterday and it was revealedñr a whole bunch of people in his state are signing up, but they're not signing up for obamacare. listen to this. >> at 12:01 a.m. on october 1 when our exchange opened up to enrollment, kentuckians started swarming all over our exchange, all over our toll-free lines. and in about four weeks we've had over 300,000 kentuckians trying to find out and finding out about affordable care act. we've signed up over 26,000 people. >> mostly medicaid. it is not the young and healthy people getting the insurance plans that are really necessary to make this system work; correct? >> of the 26,000, 21,000 are in medicaid. 5,000 are in qualified health plans. but we've got another 10,000 going on to the plans that are in the process of choosing. >> by the way, that was the magic of the follow-up question. there's 5,000 people who signed up for obamacare out of the 2
you are going to see housing accelerate through the fall. >> steve, are you as optimistic? >> i don't know if i am optic mystic in the short-term but in the long-term, i am very optimistic. if you look at housing starts, we have not built this few homes going back to the 50s. we are literally building nothing. >> this isn't a supply story. contracts for sale of existing homes fell by 5%. that has nothing to do with the supply. >> it has nothing to do with supply but the fact of the matter is, over the longer picture for a long-term investor, there is actually going to be very little supply out there. over time, that will impact pricing and statistics like this. month to month is very difficult to predict. over the long-term, housing will be in short supply as population continues. if we get household formations back to where they were pre-2007, there will be a dearth of housing. >> people's propensity to buy homes has changed. there is a different atmosphere in the country. people got burnt by housing. they may be more reluctant to go in. you used to buy a house, because you assumed
panel, steve hays, kristen powers, syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, what about this? >> this is remarkable. i think this is the first of the blows that will come after the scandal about the website. this is sort of the substance of it. it isn't just that it is a total contradiction of a promise that obama made over and over again. it goes especially the carney explanation as to why it's going to happen, it is the essence of what's wrong with obama care. it is that we know what's best. you have a plan, you like the plan, you want the plan. but we call it substandard because some expert in washington had written a regulation in which it doesn't meet or fit. and we're going to cancel it on you. i mean, it's almost a parody of the definition of a liberal, which is somebody who doesn't care what you do as long as it's mandatory. and it's the essence of obama care. it's the essence of the whole liberal ideology obama is imposing on the country. we know what's best. for example, we know we got to have a green economy. oils and fuels are the past he says, versus the fuel of
. >> did a pheasant hunt with steve king can . >> he was talking about clerking previously for the supreme court. >> no, no, no, no! should be talking about iowa football. >> very important we bring in a new generation of leadership. last year we got whipped. >> the regular an revolution. >> in the end, he did more harm. >> big difference, putting people first, as opposed to some abstract philosophy. >> a lot of work to be done. >> they spent the last few years denying people access to health insurance. >> what complete poppycock. >> you've got to run, run, run. ♪ ♪ run run run run >> good afternoon to you on this monday. the pressure is on and the clock is ticking. in our high-stakes week for the white house, as they try to reclaim the narrative on the affordable care act. throughout the week, cabinet officials will fan out across the country, hitting ten cities to boost enrollment, including a stop by the president himself in boston on wednesday. that, of course, is the same day that republicans will finally get their chance to grill hhs secretary, kathleen sebelius. as she testifies
days a week for years. >> rose: it is well-known that david kelly and steve jobs were very very good friends and they both were living with cancer. for "60 minutes" i did a prefile of david and ido the school i mentioned earlier. here's a clip from that. here it is. >> he came over and said look, don't consider any alternative, go straight to western medicine, don't try any herbs or anything. why do you think he said don't look for alternative medicine go straight to the hard stuff. >> i think in his mind he had made the mistake that he had tried to cure his pancreatic cancer in other ways other than, i mean he just said don't mess around. when we both had cancer at the same time is when i got really close to him. and i was at home like sitting around in my skivvys waiting the for my next dose of something. this was the day after the iphone was a announced and he had one for me. it was a lovely feeling. so he decides to hook it up for me so he gets on the phone to at&t and peace going -- he's going to hook up my phone and it's not going well. eventually he pulls the i'm steve jobs c
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founder steve jobs grew up may look a lot like a suburban house. but guess what, not anymore. the special recognition given to jobs' childhood home. >> graffiti taking over the walls of oakland. how some companies are taking matters into their own hands to put colors on the walls. >> a little chilly now a few spooky looking little clouds. what about the halloween folk? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, they just activated the metering lights just a couple of minutes ago. we'll have the latest on the delays there plus the rest of your wednesday morning commute. it's all coming up after this break. ,,,,,,,,,,,, [son] all right,she has no idea. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. >>> more of that breaking news out of union city right now. crews have put out a two-alarm fire burning inside a bakery warehouse. there are about a dozen trucks on hand. you see the latter truck over top of the bakery. it happene
by the "atlantic's" steve clemens. steve, what can you tell us? >> well, i just happened to come from a meeting with a senior administration official who happened to state that this was an israeli attack. and added the other interesting pee pieces of this, which we hadn't heard before, part of the systems were russian in origin. that's a complicating factor. of course, we have very critical weapons inspections and chemical weapons destruction efforts under way. key meetings tomorrow. so the timing is odd. the attack is consistent with how israel has tracked weapons systems before that it thought would reach hezbollah. and so speculating it looks as if israel was worried the shipment of these systems was imminent and took action. >> why now? particularly on a day when we've had encouraging news about the dismantling of syria's chemical weapons. >> well, it does show that israel continues to be ferociously focused on its core interests in a way that do not necessarily play nicely with other coordinated efforts with allies. and that's probably a good way of saying they are not worried. they're not
from new york. i'm chris hayes. and i'm dressed this halloween as steve kornacki. we've got lots of politics tonight, starting at the white house, where you might have noticed, it's been something of a rough couple of weeks for the president. with the rocky rollout of his signature health reform law dominating the news, the political toll is real and it is getting worse. and nowhere is the damage more apparent than in the latest polling from nbc news, where president obama's approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 42%. that is a five-point drop from just earlier this month. these numbers, as bad as they are, don't necessarily exist in a vacuum. there's a lot more complexity to the current political environment, which in many ways is the story of american politics in the tea party era. >> let's talk about the president. >> between syria, between the shutdown, between obama care, how are his approval numbers stacking up? >> record lows. >> the president's approval rating dropped five points. >> at an all-time low. >> is this more than just the second-term curse? >> if he g
't show evidence of the victim's dna, then what does that mean for the trial? i'm joined now by steve moore, he is a retired supervisy special agent for the fbi. he was also part of a congressional briefing this week looking into this case. good to see you. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm doing good. so at this briefing, you talked about the investigation by italian police. what was your main message? >> my main message was that this is one of the most poorly conducted investigations i had ever seen outside of a third world country. it was frighteningly bad. and of course, you know, garbage in, garbage out. they were -- they had decided who they were going to convict before the forensic evidence ever came back. and they've been trying to hold on to that since then. >> so at what point did you come to this conclusion? because at the very beginning, you didn't believe that amanda knox was innocent. what changed your mind along the way? >> well, i come from a law enforcement family. so when the police say somebody's guilty, i kind of think -- i give them the benefit of the doubt. wh
reinstitute that in the united states is nuts, but that's just my view. i want to bring in steve conover. you've got pretty impressive numbers here, and 129 million people according to your plans, according to your calculations. 129 million people either lose their insurance or have to get much higher premium insurance. is that true? how'd you get there? >> well, that is true. spinners like david axelrod have been claiming that this problem will only affect 5% of americans. the people that are getting nongroup coverage. that's not true. that's absolutely false. this problem of losing coverage is going to affect employer -- people with employer-based plans as well. now, out of that 129 million, only 18 to 50 million actually will lose their plan and have to start from scratch. but the rest will be ending up buying more expensive coverage because they have to pay for it. >> those are big numbers, chris. the top of the ranges are huge potential numbers. and then your second point, which is coming out this memo that nbc got, the obama administration now realizes premium increases may be just as d
insider trading case where does steve cohen and his top players go from here? it is all the word on wall street, let me tell you. with all the gritty details james freeman with the "wall street journal" who also worked at sec which makes me very nervous and former federal prosecutor, which also makes me nervous, fred tecce. so i'm just terrified. we're focusing what happened in the case and the deal reached and they have been managing their own money and effectively shut down. what does it mean for all the i? let me ask you, james. he had four top lieutenants that stuck through him through all this. tom cahini, solomon kumen. steve kessler,. bill:hower. they're very reclusive from the photos. not high-profile guys on the outside. they stuck with him. what happens to these people? >> based on what we know so far they will be fine. this is largely the end of it i expect in the criminal zone. now we may see something else but i think basically this settles the criminal matter for them. melissa: fred, what do you think about that? obviously goes a lot further than that because it is not just
transplant. steve tyler said relationship to a great friend a fellow musician. i love you lou. reed leader of velvet underground and driving force behind hit song "walk on the wild side" was 71 years old. >>> exciting game four of the world series to tell you about. cardinals get on first. beltran driving in a run. bases loaded. stephen drew, sacrifice fly. ortiz in for the schoore. boston up 4-1. celebrating beard tug in order after that. there you go. shane robinson scores. boston 4-2. boston seals the deal in the ninth. colton gets picked off. he's out. game five tonight. more sports for you little bit later. >>> expected to be dry in st. louis. the opposite half a world away. massive storm barrelling across southern britain with 75-80 miles per hour wind. is 130 flights have been cancelled. one teenage girl was reportedly killed when a tree fell on her home. a teenage boy is feared dead after being swept in the see. it's one of the worst storm to hit the country in years. video coming out of the uk is really amazing. >> 90 miles per hour on the island off the coast. in london, wind gus
for market cheaters, e-mails indicating the top executives including it's founders steve cohen failed to stop alleged insider training. six employees have pleaded guilty to insider training and one is serving two and a half years in prison. two other men are set to stand trial. now stephen cohen has not been charged with criminal activity, but the journal said he'll remain under investigation. ali? >> a lot of people may not know of sc capital visors or stephen cohen. it's been in the news but for a lot of people who follow business. this firm is a pretty big deal. >> absolutely. this hedge fund was the envy of wall street. it had $50 billion in assets under management and posts outside trading profits for two decades but since it has fallen in fed crosshairs clients have pulled most of their money but stephen cohen still has a sizable fortune to manage at $9.2 billion. >> he alone has more money than many hedge funds will manage. so the agreement just means that they can't manage outside money. >> we've seen this so much, and we heard time and time again that ultimately it's not the money th
was injured, but the driver will likely be charged. >>> a home where steve jobs built some of his first computers and cofounded apple will be preserved. city's historical commission voted unanimously to designate it historical. the home will go through an extra layer of review if someone wanted to renovate it. jobs built the first 100 apple 1 computers at the house. >>> the folks at facebook are getting into the halloween mood. the sign at the campus has undergone a ghoulish makeover. the logo has taken on a frankenstein look. it's getting second looks as the drivers pass. we definitely like it. >> pretty good. >> why not? >>> how the northeast is marking the one year anniversary of super storm sandy. >> one surfer's record setting ride and the amazing feat he caught before he caught the wind. >> the clouds are beginning to part around the bay area. get ready for a cold night. we will talk about that coming up. ,, number's released today show august prices were up nearly cent -- year-to- >>> price surge may be slowing a little bit. numbers released show august prices up nearly 13% of th
. will it last for the rest of the week? steve paulson will be here with your trick or treat forecast. >>> and high flying above the bay. what pg&e inspectors were doing in a helicopter this morning along the san mateo bridge. [father]c'mon,buddy,you can do it.c'mon,reel it up, you gotta reel it up now,buddy. reel it up. [father] reel it up,you got him on there.bring him in. is that a bass? [boy] yeah,i got a big bass. [father]bring it up.keep reeling.keep reeling.c'mon, where is he? whoa! you caught that all by yourself? [boy] yeah! [father]how old are you to catch that? [boy]three! [father]you're three years old? show me how many fingers that is. >>> another demonstration is planned for tonight to protest the police shooting of a 13- year-old santa rosa. hundreds of people attended the funeral for andy lopez last night. the young teen was shot to death by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy last week. the boy was holding a bb gun that looked like an ak-47 assault rifle. and the deputy thought it was real. county leaders say more needs to be done to improve the relationship between the
steve hengineg executive director metropolitan transportation commission. >> good afternoon, good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of the toll bridge program oversight committee and my committee colleagues, and the director of cal transand the executive director of the california transportation commission, it is my great pleasure to welcome you at long last, to the opening ceremonies for the new east band of the san francisco oakland bay bridge. that is an applause line. [ applause ] >> i know that you joined me in thanking the oakland institute color guard and the choir, and their wonderful presentation and our ceremonies. [ applause ] >> and i guess that i will not ask you if it is hot enough. and it certainly is, so do please, keep cool and gentleman take off your jackets if you need to and keep the water going and keep an eye on your neighbor. and i'm going to ask you to rise again and that might create more air to hear our invocation from the reverend jay junior, from the oakland baptist church. >> let us pray. oh, lord our god thou who art the architect, engineer a
without kobe and resting steve nash. running the break and behind the back. warriors roll 125-94 and visit the clippers in l.a. tomorrow night. >> the crowd is into it and we have the best chance in the game. you score like that and there is nothing better. >> he was in the zone. the sharks and kings in l.a. and how is this for a start? 13 seconds in and in a flash it is 1-0 team teal. the sharks are up 3-2 and late in the third and the power play with justin williams tieing it. they go to over time and a hooking penalty gives l.a. another power play and a blast ends it 4-3 kings. it is the second overtime loss of the year. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> good night. good stuff. >>> ripping up carpet masoned you directly to i want you to be kind.ff i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doct
from pao gasol and going the other way. it is a laker team without kobe and resting steve nash. running the break and behind the back. warriors roll 125-94 and visit the clippers in l.a. tomorrow night. >> the crowd is into it and we have the best chance in the game. you score like that and there is nothing better. >> he was in the zone. the sharks and kings in l.a. and how is this for a start? 13 seconds in and in a flash it is 1-0 team teal. the sharks are up 3-2 and late in the third and the power play with justin williams tieing it. they go to over time and a hooking penalty gives l.a. another power play and a blast ends it 4-3 kings. it is the second overtime loss of the year. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> good night. good stuff. >>> ripping up carpet masoned you directly to you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. and can cost thousands of dollars to repair... thankfully, the powerful dual action formula of rid-x has enzymes to break down waste and time released bacter
surprised to see francois hollande, but also everyday things. lou reed, steve jobs, and bin laden are dead, will and kate had a baby, burger king is back in france, and the article says that one of the most surprising things, what might be the big shot, is when they find out that a new football club in france. >> a lot on the negotiations behind their release as well. >> that is right. we will take a look at the secrets of the negotiation and of course the key question, was a ransom paid? the government continues to say no, a ransom was not paid. "le monde"y -- but says some sort of ransom was paid. a ransom that was worth more than 20 million euros, according to "le monde." they take a look at the closer look at the questions around this ransom. some ransom was paid or ispensation, though it unclear who played this conversation, whether it was the government or the employers of the hostages. "liberation," l, trapnde has fallen into a because he said there will be a clear change in policy that ransoms would not be paid, he would not given to the blackmail of hostage takers, he did not want
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